Online Master of Business Administration/Master of Public Health Dual Degree Curriculum
The dual Master of Business Administration(MBA)/Master of Public Health (MPH)/degree offers students the opportunity to combine advanced studies in leadership and public health. The program requires the successful completion of 98 credit hours—44 toward the MBA, and 46 toward the MPH and 8 towards electives.
Master of Business Administration Foundation Courses (44 credits)
MSA 500 Financial Accounting (3 Credits)
Explore the preparation, interpretation, and analysis of the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flows. You will examine the rationale for and implications of important accounting concepts, the selection of alternatively acceptable accounting methods, and their varying effects of valuation and net income determination and reporting. You'll gain an understanding of the many analytical tools utilized to explore complex accounting information in your role as a vital manager or executive in a global organization.
MBA 510 Macroeconomics (4 Credits)
Students will study fundamental concepts of macroeconomics, including supply and demand as well as methods of measuring economic performance, such as GDP, inflation, and unemployment. Other topics include the causes of instability in the economy and potential corrective measures.
MBA 520 Ethics and Leadership in a Global Environment (4 Credits)
The course reviews paradigms of leadership in the global environment. Students will learn to apply principles for ethical decision-making in business situations and assess their capacity for leadership and responsibility.
MBA 539 International Business (4 Credits)
Students will discuss selected readings in international business. Topics include culture, geography, politics, foreign direct investment, supply chain management, monetary systems, foreign exchange markets and political risk management. Current developments in international business will be covered.
MSA 601 Managerial Accounting (3 Credits)
Understand the measurement, communication and interpretation of accounting information for management decision-making, planning, control and evaluation of results.
The course material will put you in the role of an internal consultant that will explore the context of the extensive changes being implemented in manufacturing, service delivery technologies and control systems. This course uses case studies to emphasize the application of concepts. Prerequisite: MSA 500.
MBA 611 Managerial Economics (4 Credits)
Students will learn to apply micro-economic tools to business decision-making. Topics include optimization, consumer behavior, elasticity of demand, the use of regression analysis to estimate demand (revenues) and costs, marginal analysis and market structure.
MBA 630 Operations Management (4 Credits)
This course focuses on the strategic role of operations and how to improve operations processes. Issues to be discussed include continuous quality improvement, the critical importance of the customer and consideration of selected quantitative techniques.
MBA 651 Financial Management (4 Credits)
Students will develop an understanding of financial theory and its application through case analysis.
MBA 661 Marketing Management (4 Credits)
This course introduces students to both the theory and practice of marketing. It analyzes all marketing issues from the perspective of the marketing manager.
MBA 671 Strategic Management (4 Credits)
This course requires students to use and integrate the disciplines and techniques learned in previous required courses. Strategy formulation and implementation concepts are discussed using theory and cases.